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Drunk restaurant employee in Georgia calls out of work on Thanksgiving, then shows up with gun, to rob his job

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Drunk man calls out of work on Thanksgiving, then shows up with gun, demands money in Oakwood, Georgia
Kentarias Gowans, had called his boss at a Steak ‘n Shake restaurant on Thursday to say he had been drinking and would not be able to work
Gowans, 20,  went to the restaurant later that night while still intoxicated and threatened to shoot an employee with a handgun while allegedly demanding money 
After someone called 911, police showed up in less than a minute and subdued the drunk would-be robber, who briefly raised his gun toward police before dropping it
He’s been charged with multiple counts of aggravated assault with a firearm as well armed robbery, public drunkenness, resisting arrest, carrying a concealed weapon and possession of a firearm in the commission of a crime 

A Georgia man claimed he was too drunk to work, but then decided he not so drunk that he could not to rob his own workplace.
A Georgia restaurant employee who called out of work on Thanksgiving because he was too intoxicated showed up at his job anyway and demanded money while holding a gun to a colleague’s head, authorities said.
Kentarias Gowans had called his boss at a Steak ‘n Shake restaurant in Oakwood on Thursday to say he had been drinking and would not be able to work, police told The Gainesville Times.
However Gowans, 20, went to the eatery later night while still intoxicated and threatened an employee with a handgun, according to the paper.
While Gowans allegedly demanded money from his colleague, customers and employees ran from the building and called 911.
Police showed up in less than a minute and subdued the drunk robber, who briefly raised his gun toward police before dropping it, the Gainesville Times reported.

The suspect has been charged with multiple counts of aggravated assault with a firearm as well armed robbery, public drunkenness, resisting arrest, carrying a concealed weapon and possession of a firearm in the commission of a crime, according to Hall County jail records.
He was being held without bond pending a court appearance.

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